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5272 total / 608 in 2014
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#1 Keep healthy & injury-free; #2 Enjoy running; Dream - ultra

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  1. VELO
    North Street return 22 km 00:59 13.9mph pace

    Bit of westerly but all good, nice to be out. This seems to be my default/target speed.

  2. Hello old friends. Yours truly, still alive. Achilles still sore, eventually saw physio but I'm pathetic at rehab. No running BUT been hopping on my rusty old bike (MTB, 'cast iron',... read more

    • Darren C.

      Oh no! You're turning to the dark side!! Great to see you back Tomaz. Take care with the achilles, hope it heals up nice and strong. Be a good patient. :)

      5 days ago Like

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      :-D :-D 'dark side'.... I still look longingly to joggers out there doing it. The thing that certainly IS interesting about riding is learning more about it, much like I was with running a few years ago. New goals, new things to learn, try etc We'll see

      5 days ago Like1 person

    • Chris L.

      Triathlon Timaz! Swim Bike and a little Run. Perhaps that will do? But be warned it's the darker than the 'dark side'. You'd be good at it!

      4 days ago Like

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      I have been a water polo player all my life so I can swim, then a bit of running, now thinking bikes ... yet somehow triathlon does not appeal at all. After years of intensive sport, I like my zen stuff more :-) Cheers Chris!

      4 days ago Like

  3. VELO
    good South Beach 22 km 00:55 14.9mph pace

    With a touch of south-westerly.

  4. After a fair few Achilles niggles and consultation with Dr Google (who incidentally also taught me how to run properly), I'm giving running a break for a couple of weeks and doing some serious... read more

    • Michael W.
      Michael W.

      Sounds wise. I hope the strengthening goes well. Enjoy the World Cup!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

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    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      He was a mean mother ... with a big weakness ;-) Cup? Apart from Stralya of course, Bosnia is a sentimental fave. For the whole thing I'm tipping the Germans. You?

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Shane K.

      Still on the lookout for a second team. I still like Robben, so it may have to be the Dutch. Although i liked the way England played this morning.

      about 1 month ago Like

  5. RUN
    Railway yards return 12.5 km

    Achilles touchy to start with then OK once warmed up. Nothing too strenuous, just a cruisy run on a cool (5C!), crisp morning.

    • Rosalinda

      Nice work Tomaz. Glad to hear the achilles is less chatty. The mornings certainly are crisp at the moment. Makes you feel alive!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Tracy S.
      Tracy S.

      Great distance on a chilly morning. Well done.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  6. RUN
    blah around 10 km

    Pretty sluggish. But done. Really can't do any faster work or hills as Achilles starts to say hello.

  7. Shared Photo

    After a week of late nights writing reports and other school crap, couldn't even fit in 3 runs ... comes Saturday. This was 12K in. Why I run.

  8. RUN
    good Heirisson Island via Claremont 30 km 03:00 09:39 pace

    http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/436290938 Another perfect morning. The only worry were Achilles niggles again.

  9. RUN
    around 12 km

    3.5K warm up, 5K tempo around 4:45, 3.5 drag home

  10. RUN
    great Como return 30 km

    Watched black, grey, pink, red, orange, gold, silver and blue battling for supremacy in the sky and on the glassy river on a stunning cool, crisp morning. Run? Pace? Time? Couldn't care less. ... read more

  11. Shared Photo

    Found the next challenge! 100km trail https://trailwalker.oxfam.org.au/perth Spoke to a friend who is keen to do it running/walking, need to get a couple more people in the team but looks good. Imp... read more

  12. RUN
    a run 10 km

    4.5 tempo thrown in with a finish atop an old friend Stock Road Hill. Just to wake up the ticker a bit.

  13. RUN
    Wireless Hill 3+3s 11 km

    7 lots of roughly 3 min fast - 3 min easy with a bit of warm up and cool down.

  14. Shared Photo

    Thanks to Tracy, the moment of finishing the 50 last month in Bunbury. A keeper :-)

  15. RUN
    good Coogee power station return 25 km

    Something so primal and fantastic about a run in blustery wind and showers along the foaming coast.

  16. RUN
    South Mole return - long tempo 12 km 01:05 08:43 pace

    OK. First half a bit more leisurely, then (uphill) return 6K at about 5:20 to get puffy.

    • Michael W.
      Michael W.

      Good job with the uphill return

      2 months ago Like1 person

    • Rosalinda

      Great work Tomaz.

      2 months ago Like1 person

    • Tracy S.
      Tracy S.

      A solid effort. Have you selected your next adventure?

      2 months ago Like1 person

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      Not yet. Was eyeing off Broome Marathon (20 July - beach run!) but family holidays before a priority. Probably C2S 42.2 end of August, maybe Rotto later on in October. Skipping Perth 42.2 this year (3 in a row now), want to see our boys do the Kids Marathon for once. We'll see :-)

      2 months ago Like

  17. Got me going. How could it not!

  18. RUN
    great Pure fun run - Bibra Lake 23 km

    Glorious, cool, still morning to/around Beeliar Wetlands. First 13K with dreamy Pink Floyd in ears, keeping steady 5:40 with mid-high 130s HR. Then 'Enter(ed) Sandman' (Metallica) came al... read more

  19. RUN
    Piney Lakes 13 km 01:12 08:54 pace

    Higher (than usual) cadence experiment. Will need getting used to.

    • Michael W.
      Michael W.

      Quick pace. Maybe the high cadence is working for that, at least? I find it very hard to deliberately turn the legs over quicker than I usually do. Do you have a fancy watch that tracks your cadence, or just counting in your head?

      3 months ago Like

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      I found it bit uneasy too, feeling parts of the legs I normally wouldn't. Curiosity more than training really. Don't have a fancy watch, music in ears helped. Just imagine running to 'Whole Lotta Love' by Led Zeppelin (around 90bpm) ;-)

      3 months ago Like2 people

    • Tracy S.
      Tracy S.

      It will be interesting to track your progress :)

      3 months ago Like